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Parliament reads seven laws and discuss reducing the number of MPs with the demands of the representation of the Jews [Extended]
Finished houses in its regular Thursday read the seven laws and vote on the compensation for the victims of Tuz, before lifting to its next Saturday.
According to a statement of the Department of Media parliament that "the House of Representatives ended in its usual, headed by Salim al-President of the Council and in the presence of 261 deputies on Thursday for the first and second readings of the seven bills regarding voted to compensate Almtdharaan in the district of Tuz as well as discuss reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives."
At the outset of the meeting, President al-Jubouri Sorry for the Council and the word of the incident that broke out in one of the wings of the Yarmouk hospital and led to the deaths of babies and offered condolences to the families of the victims, surprising at the same time failing to precautionary safety measures taken in the public institutions.
Then followed the committees of health, environment, women, family, childhood statement on the tragic incident which led to the burning lobby premature babies at Yarmouk hospital and the death of 13 children burned to death confirmed in which a field visit by the president of the Health Committee in Parliament to Yarmouk hospital on the day of the incident the morning, demanding accountability for negligence maximum penalties Administrative and brought to justice and the formation of a parliamentary committee and a joint government to follow up on the investigation and identify the cause of the fire and compensate the victims, as well as download and Ministry of Health staff to pursue legal responsibility and to emphasize the Baghdad governorate to follow safety procedures.
The head of the Health and Environment Committee to host the concerned authorities of the incident in the House of Representatives for the purpose of knowing the circumstances of the fire at the Yarmouk hospital.
Then the Council voted on the recommendations of the committees of health and the environment, women, family and childhood that the date is set next week to host the stakeholders and discussed with the executive.
This was followed by the Youth and Sports Committee issued a statement on the occasion of World Youth Day expressing its support for the involvement of Iraqi youth in the political process and in the running for the House of Representatives and work to their attention and provide all their needs in order to reduce emigration elections, citing the need to restore confidence between the legislative and governmental institutions to strengthen belonging to the homeland .
And it decided the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to postpone the vote on the recommendations on the subject of obstacles to the liberalization process of the province of Nineveh.
The House voted on a resolution on compensation for the families of Tuz Khurmatu and includes emphasizing the importance that the Council of Ministers is an urgent committee to assess the damage caused to life and property of citizens as a result of other incidents in 12.11.2015 and 04.24.2016 in the district of Tuz and determine the benefits and the method of distribution with the provision of financial dependence for the purpose of emergency allocations in the budget of 2016 and to consider the martyrs of the civilian victims of rights and privileges.
And it postponed the Presidency of the Council vote on the draft freedom of expression, assembly and peaceful demonstration and submitted by the legal committees, human rights, security, defense, culture, media and Awqaf and Religious Affairs Act for two weeks in order to complete the discussion of the draft law between the competent parliamentary committees and civil society organizations.
Then he ended the House of Representatives first reading of the proposed third amendment to the law of governorates not organized in a region No. 21 Act of 2008 and sponsored by the committees of the regions and governorates not organized in a region and legal for the purpose of streamlining and reducing overhead and good performance of the provincial councils.
Council's first reading of the proposal and did the Fourth Amendment to the law of governorates not organized in a region Law No. 21 of 2008 and sponsored by the committees of the regions and governorates not organized in a region, legal and who comes to rationalize and reduce overhead.
In another matter, the President of the House of Representatives to set a date to host the Prime Minister and Finance and Trade and the ministers and the head of the Central Bank of Iraq at a public meeting to discuss the reasons for the delay dues peasants exchange for the seasons 2014, 2015 and 2016.
The Board completed the first reading of the proposed Fourth Amendment to the law the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate No. 178 of 1969 amended and submitted by the legal culture and media committees and civil society institutions, which came to the obsolescence of certain legal provisions in the journalists Law No. 178 of 1969 amended and which are not in line with modern requirements and meet the aspirations of journalists and to the stability of administrative and legal status of the union in accordance with the contents of the journalistic work of Arab and international unions.
For his part, House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the face of the law presented a proposal for a vote in principle in the next meeting because of the disruption of a quorum at the request of the Committee on Culture and Information.
Council and he finished reading the report and discuss the proposed cancellation of the Revolutionary Command Council Resolution Act [dissolved] No. 481 of 1989 and submitted by the Committees legal, health and the environment.
In the interventions of Representatives, expressed MP Risan Dler support to overturn the decision being hurt the welfare of the return of national competencies and reduce their migration out of the country.
He said MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki that the abolition of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council resolutions require the existence of alternative laws guaranteeing legal rights.
MP Khalid al-Asadi not to cancel the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council resolutions on this matter before adjustments are made or provide alternative law.
For its part, the Committee on upheld the decision to keep the case in order to avoid a legal vacuum for pointing out that the abolition of the Revolutionary Command Council resolutions, the prerogative of the Legal Committee.
Meanwhile, the House of Representatives discussed the issue of the proportion of House seats based on the application submitted by MP Abdul-Hadi al-Hakim, who has called for reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives and members of the provinces and the province and district councils to third on the House of Representatives and provincial councils elections held at the same time, calling for committees legal and regions and governorates not organized province to provide proponents of laws to regulate the process of reducing the members of the House of Representatives and the provincial councils.
In the interventions of Representatives MP Jawad al-Bolani stressed the importance of providing economic vision in line with the fiscal austerity policy, including the application of justice to the fair and equitable to the number of members of the council and the provinces and the formation of a committee of experts in this regard.
He called MP Hassan Khalati to find a fair proportion of the members of the House of Representatives in proportion to the census.
MP Abbas al-Bayati, set a minimum and maximum number of members of the provincial councils, alluding to not exceed the legal limit for holding the elections.
For his part, MP Muthana Amin suggested the formation of an ad hoc committee studying determine the number of members of the House of Representatives.
She drew MP Hanan al to be members of the House of Representatives is exaggerated and attendance of meetings of the Council is not active, which requires reducing the number of deputies in line with the reforms approach.
The MP Ammar Tohme on the importance of the adoption of the constitutional mechanisms in reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives and the work to revise the electoral system.
The MP expressed Birwan Khilani support to enact a law regarding the number of members of the House of Representatives and to develop mechanisms pertaining to attend the House of Representatives in the Council.
The MP Raad diamond that reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives in line with the trends reform with the importance of tightening the terms and conditions enjoyed by the candidate through mechanisms that are clear.
Turn between MP Mohammad Naji that any amendment to the constitution needs to be a long and complex procedure which requires ensuring the success of the referendum by pointing out that the integration of the provincial council elections and the House of Representatives is can be resorted to without a constitutional amendment being abbreviated effort and money.
He said MP Mohsen Saadoun to reduce the number of members of the House of Representatives is worthwhile imposes on the Council the establishment of workshops to discuss the request, a proposal for legislation puts a certain uniform number of members of the House of Representatives and the Federation Council.
He called on the Attorney Zaher al-Abadi to the formation of a parliamentary committee concerned with changing paragraphs for the preparation deputies House of Representatives and provincial councils.
And through Attorney Raed Yitzhak support reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives that is taking into consideration the quota taking into account the representation of minorities and religious components, including Christians.
He noted the MP Khalaf Abdul Samad to the presence of a representative of my people and agree to reduce the number of members of parliament and provincial councils, stressing the need to identify those who nominate strict conditions for membership of the House of Representatives and provincial councils.
For his part, expressed his deputy Hassan Turan rejection of violating the constitution in a move to reduce the number of members of the House of Representatives calling for the formation of a committee amendment is limited to a few paragraphs that are presented amendments to the referendum.
The MP Qassim bonded importance of a review of the experience of the provincial councils in earnest after failing to return to the principle that The governor broader role.
The MP stressed Hamdiya Husseini, the difficulty of amending the Constitution during the year because of a security obstacles, including the ongoing military operations in a number of provinces, noting that a lower house election, the Council of the provinces at the same time achieve the benefit of reduction in financial expenses.
MP Joseph Salioh representation of religious minorities, including Jews and Armenians in the House of Representatives to ensure the achievement of democracy.
The MP Hussein al-Maliki, the importance of the notice of the election commission to stop the ongoing preparations for provincial elections until the completion of resolving the issue of reducing the number of members of the provincial councils and the House of Representatives.
For his part, he praised the House Speaker-Jubouri to the existence of support for reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives but the dilemma faced by that is that they should not override the Constitution, which requires that the Legal Committee to provide insights in this regard, pointing to the existence of a bill to reduce the number of members of the provincial councils, calling the Legal Committee to hold meetings with the electoral Commission to determine when to hold provincial councils and the House of Representatives election.
The Board has completed reading the report and discuss the proposed abolition of dissolved Revolutionary Command Council Decision No. 80 of 2000 Act as well as you finish reading the report and discuss the proposed abolition of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council resolution No. 213 of 2000 Act and which have been submitted from the legal, health and environment committees.
In the interventions MP Najiba Najib confirmed the existence of a trend in the Legal Committee to cancel the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council resolutions, citing the need to speed up the cancellation of those decisions.
The Council decided to postpone reading the report and discuss the draft law amending the decree passport atomic endowment No. 1 filter for the year 1955, and submitted by the Committee of Religious Endowments and Religious Affairs.
The Board completed the report and discuss the draft accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Convention on International Institute for the Unification of Private Law Act [UNIDROIT] regarding stolen cultural property or Illegally Exported and submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations, culture, media, legal, financial, tourism and antiquities.
It decided Presidency postpone read all of the report and discuss the first draft amendment to the Law of Antiquities Law and Heritage No. 55 of 2002 and submitted by the committees of Tourism and Antiquities and the Awqaf and Religious Culture, Media Affairs, and report and discuss the first draft amendment to the law take care of minors No. 78 of 1980 and sponsored by the committees of Women, Family, Children and Finance as well as throughout the reading and discussion of the draft report of the Iraqi national Paralympic Committee Act and submitted by the Committee of youth and Sports and the discussion of the draft report and the government banks and law submitted by financial and legal committees at the request of the competent committees.